FACE_AIR-00_brief_for_PMA209_Ind_Day_(PAO_2013-159)

Report
PMA209 Industry Day 2013
Future Airborne Capability
Environment (FACE)
NAVAIR Public Release
2013-159
Distribution Statement A
"Approved for public release
distribution is unlimited”
PMA209 develops, integrates, and delivers avionics
solutions that meet customer requirements, enable
interoperability, and maximize affordability.
Robert Matthews, AIR-1.3.1.5
PMA209, FACE IPT Lead
Robert Sweeney, AIR-4.5.3.2
PMA209, FACE Lead Engineer
Agenda
• FACE Overview
– FACE Objectives
– FACE Reference Architecture
– AIR 00 Tasking
– Schedule
– Tasking Flow
– Deliverables
– Phase III Options
• Summary
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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FACE Objectives
• Establish a COE to support portability of software
across DoD airborne electronics platforms
– Determine a strict set of Open Standards for the environment
– Builds upon tenants of Open Architecture (OA), Integrated
Modular Avionics (IMA) and Modular Open Systems Approach
(MOSA)
– Portable, Modular, Partitioned, Scalable, Extendable, Secure
• Reduce life cycle costs and time to field
• Obtain Industry and DoD Program Management
endorsement
• Foster competitive avionics marketplace
• Facilitate adoption and conformance to maximize
reuse and interoperability
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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What is FACE?
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First and foremost, FACE is a standard of standards with a business strategy
that is set to completely re-architect the acquisition of aircraft software systems
FACE provides testable requirements to Modular Open System Architecture
(MOSA) principles
FACE aligns with and/or supports other Open Architecture (OA) initiatives
FACE is addressing business and technical requirements in developing the
ecosystem
FACE applies the tenets of DoD Better Buying Power initiatives
Closed Interface
Open Interface
TM
Commercial
Military
FACE is a bold new step in establishing greater
Open System Architecture benefits in Defense Acquisition
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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FACE Reference Architecture
• FACE Portable
Components Segment
– Portable Applications
– Portable Common
Services
• Transport Services
Segment
• Platform Specific
Services Segment
– Platform Device Services
– Platform Common
Services
– Graphics Services
• I/O Services Segment
• Drivers
• Operating System
Segment
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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AIR-00 Tasking
• Build a FACE lab to develop the Technical Standard
– Fused A/A and A/S tracks in a FACE conformant architecture
– Model open architecture to influence Next Gen Vertical Lift and FA-XX
– Prove concept of standard by plugging existing radar, Electro-Infrared
(EIR), and Embedded GPS/INS Inertial (EGI) into the lab
– Ensure NAWCAD, NAWCWD and Industry participation
• Identify organizational, training and financial
changes needed to make the Business Model work
• Make this action part of the Integration and
Interoperability (I&I) Commander’s Guidance
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Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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Proposed Schedule
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Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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Tasking Flow
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Phase I - PMA209 will establish a
baseline architecture (based on
ongoing FACE research)
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Phase II - Deliverables provided
with GPR to gov’t labs for future
maturation
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Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)
Vanderbilt’s Institute of Software
Integrated Systems (ISIS)
Lab specifications
Initial track correlation/fusion capabilities
Establish government lab for FACE
maturation
Add or replace software capabilities and
components
Phase III- Collaborative
integration of new capabilities
when gov’t labs are operational
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Government, Academia and Industry
Track correlation/fusion application can
be replaced with other fusion algorithms
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
PMA209/Competencies
Academia development of baseline
system architecture and lab
Shipment of Baseline Systems to
Government Entities
Future Efforts
Operational Government Labs
Academia Developed Components
Industry Developed Components
Government Developed Components
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Phase I/II FACE Demonstration
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Purpose-Demonstrate FACE
Architecture
Implements FACE and UCS Conformant
UAV and Ground Control Station
– Communication achieved through Navy
Interoperability Profile (NIOP)
Provide host for track fusion capability
– Track Fusion demo application already
developed and available at GTRI
Utilize surrogate UAV from GTRI
– Initial sensor suite will include Radar
and EO/IR available at GTRI
– Plan to migrate to I&I NIOP UAV test
bed
Phase II
– Add or replace initial software
capabilities and components
Track
Correlation
Engine
Command &
Control
Track
Fusion
Engine
Flight
Management
Track
Manager
UAS
UAV NIOP
Standard
Command &
Control
UAV Link
Track Fusion
Engine
Track Manager
Digital Map
Digital Map w/
DTED Level 3
Ground Station
Layered w/ Details 17Oct12
Operating System Segment
Flight Manager
Portable Components Segment
Data Fusion
Track Manager
Command & Control
TS
FACE defined
interface
Transport Services Segment
Routing
ARINC 653
DDS
IP Communication
TS
Encapsulated
Device
“Business Logic”
FACE defined
interface
Platform-Specific Services Segment
Platform-Specific
Device Services
ADC
TDL
AIS
EO/IR
EGI
Platform-Specific Common Services
Radar
BFT
HMFM
EW
Logging
Configuration
Platform-SpecificGraphics Services
IO
FACE defined
interface
I/O Services Segment
Adapter to allow
vendor supplied
drivers to support the
abstracted FACE
interface
Discretes
MIL-STD-1553
ARINC 429
Device Driver
Device Driver
Device Driver
Interface Hardware
(e.g. MIL-STD-1553, Ethernet)
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
EO/IR
BFT
AIS
Link 16
EGI
ADC
Radar
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Phase III Options
• Contract Options
– Investigating both Market Research and contract vehicle options
to support Phase III
– RFI released to get feedback from Industry
• Benefits
– Promotes collaboration with industry
– Allows industry to develop capabilities to plug into the FACE labs
– Promotes innovation of new capabilities
– Allows the Government to be the LSI and control the
Architecture
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Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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Summary
• FACE is a business strategy that can change the
landscape of software acquisition
• FACE already aligns to NAVAIR Commander’s
Intent
• FACE has efforts underway that allow the
proposal developed for AIR 00 to be executed
immediately with low risk
• NAWCAD/WD and Industry involvement to help
focus maturation of FACE labs to meet future
platform requirements
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Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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Backup
Material
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“Achievement through Collaboration”
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Proposed Schedule
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Phase I
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Establish baseline FACE architecture in a lab environment
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Demonstrate broader FACE applicability utilizing reference applications (track
fusion/correlation at a minimum)
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Validate lab environment capabilities using a demonstration UAV with FACE conformant
components interoperating with a FACE/UCS conformant ground station
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Combines and leverages ongoing efforts funded by PMA209 and U.S. Army AMRDEC
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Modifications to this phase will need to be assessed for impacts to cost and schedule
Phase II
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Plan, resource and execute Government lab maturation and additional lab or demonstration
capabilities
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Stakeholders will work to identify funding sources, organic subject matter expertise (SME)
and determine roles and responsibilities in parallel with Phase I
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Stakeholders will identify key insertion points and integration plans for maturing or
extending the baseline lab and demonstration based on funds, schedule and SME availability
Phase III
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Government initiate and execute planning to support collaboration with industry, academia
and government to mature and define future platform architectures
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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Phase I Deliverables
• Baseline FACE Architecture Lab in government SIL
for maturation efforts
– Hardware
– Software
– Specifications
– Development Tools
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FACE Data Model
Design Documentation
Source Code for integration components
Source Code for Track Fusion Capability
Source Code for Track Correlation Capability
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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FACE Lab Environment
• Establish FACE architecture at
NAWC AD and WD labs
– Phase I leverages current FACE
efforts
• Rack includes multiple General
Purpose Processors
• Architecture based on the FACE
Standard Edition 2.0
– Phase II and III will be used to
influence future software
architecture and capability design,
development and integration
• FA-XX
• FVL
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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FACE Timeline
JPALS Risk Reduction Efforts
Army
Improved
Data
Modem
FACE
FACE Technical
Standard V1.0
Published
FACE Business
Guide Published
PMA209
Common SW
Development
Challenges
The Open
Group stands
up FACE
Consortium
with 13
founding
members
NAVY C-130T
AOU RFP
released SEP
26, 2011
FACE
Contract
Guide
FACE
V3.0
V2.0
Begin UCS Alignment
Autonomous
Aerial Cargo
Utility System
(AACUS) ONR
BAA released
DEC 22, 2011.
Navy Awards C-130T
AOU Full FACE
conformant Contract
Sep 27, 2012
Army JMR
Phase 2 MS
ETA BAA
released FEB
15, 2012
PMA209
2008
2009
2010
2011
FACE Technical Standard:
V1.0 = Framework
V2.0 = Common Data Model, Health Monitoring, Implementation Guide
UNCLASSIFIED
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Day FACE
Brief
V3.0Industry
= Security
System
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
2012
2013
AMRDEC released
RFI for FACE
Reference COE FEB
22, 2012
2014
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FACE Consortium Members
Sponsors:
4
• Lockheed Martin
• Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
• US Army PEO Aviation
• Rockwell Collins
Principals:
• ATK
• BAE Systems
• Bell Helicopter
• Boeing
• Elbit Systems of
America
• GE Aviation Systems
• General Dynamics
• Green Hills Software
• Harris Corp.
• Honeywell Aerospace
• Northrop Grumman
• Raytheon
• Sierra Nevada Corp.
• Sikorsky Aircraft
• Textron Systems
• US Army AMRDEC
• UTC Aerospace
Systems
• Wind River
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Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
Associates:
• AdaCore
• Barco Federal Systems
• Brockwell Technologies
• CALCULEX
• Chesapeake Technology
Int’l.
• CMC Electronics
• CTSi
• Curtiss-Wright Controls
Defense Solutions
• DDC-I
• Defense Photonics
• Draper Laboratory
• Esterel Technologies
• FMS Secure Solutions
• GE Intelligent Platforms
• GoAhead Software
• Johns Hopkins Applied
Physics Lab
• L-3 Communications
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• LDRA Technology
• LynuxWorks
• Objective Interface
Systems
• Physical Optics Corp.
• Presagis
• Real-Time Innovations
• Richland Technologies
• Stauder Technologies
• Support Systems
Associates
• Symetrics Industries
• Thomas Production
Company
• Tresys Technology
• Tucson Embedded
Systems
• ViaSat
• Zodiac Data Systems
The FACE Consortium was formed in 2010 by The Open Group
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Better Buying Power 2.0
Alignment
• Achieve Affordability & Control Life Cycle Costs
• Incentivize Productivity and Innovation in Industry and
Government
– Development of capability vice platform unique infrastructure
• Promotes Effective Competition
Breaks Vendor Lock
– Provides a consistent competitive environment to vendors regardless of size
– Open Systems Architecture and set rules for acquisition of technical data rights
• FACE Reduces Barriers for Small Businesses to Compete for
Aircraft Platform Software
• Reduces Software Development Times
– Modularization and portability
FACE will change the business model and competitive
landscape for DoD aviation software acquisition
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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Open Architecture Requirement
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DoD Directive 5000.1
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N6/N7 Naval Open Architecture (NOA) Requirements Letter 9010,
Ser N6N7/5U916276, 23 Dec 05
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“E1.1.27. Systems Engineering. Acquisition programs shall be managed through the application of a
systems engineering approach that optimizes total system performance and minimizes total ownership
costs. A modular, open-systems approach shall be employed, where feasible.”
This letter establishes the requirement to implement Open Architecture (OA) principles across the Navy
Enterprise. Warfare systems include hardware, software and people.
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SECNAVINST 5000.2E
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FACE is a rigorous and enforceable definition of OA
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“Naval open architecture precepts shall be applied across the Naval Enterprise as an integrated technical
and business approach and shall be used for all systems, including support systems, when developing an
Acquisition Strategy per ASN(RD&A) memorandum of 5 Aug 04 and CNO (N6/N7) memorandum of 23 Dec
05 with enclosure (1).”
FACE is a standard, not a program or product
Single, open interpretation of existing industry standards and software best practices
Established collaboratively between services and industry
Initiated to achieve the goals of OA by explicitly addressing the business and technical issues which plagued
other OA attempts
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Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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FACE Versions
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FACE v1.0
– Baseline Technical Standard and Business Guide
– Proof of concepts prove or disprove viability/functionality of proposed reference
architecture
– Initial software, integrator and conformance toolkits and reference applications
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FACE v2.0
– Includes all updates from FACE v1.X series plus new functionality
– Adds Data Model
– Update toolkits and reference applications to verify all interfaces included in
FACE v2.0
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FACE v3.0
– Updates from FACE v2.X series
– Adds new functionality
• Improved support for native FACE application development
• Update Hypervisor/Separation Kernel/MILS Interfaces including classified support
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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Use Case Overview
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Presented in increasing order of complexity
UC3 (subsystem Use Case) supports UC1 and UC2
UC4 serves as the initial capability
UC2 adds additional complexity added to UC4
UC1 builds on UC2 to present an Operational
Viewpoint (OV)-1 view
– Represents the highest level of mission/system complexity to be
achieved
– Aid in requirements definition
– Not intended to imply that the OV-1 case is a specific target for
completion in CY13
UNCLASSIFIED
Brief: PMA209 Industry Day FACE Brief
Date: 13MAR13
Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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Diagram Assumptions
• Air vehicle considered the primary airborne actor
in the Use Case and the Unmanned Aircraft
System (UAS) Control Segment (UCS) Ground
Station (UCSGS) have been highlighted in green
• Other friendly forces shown are not primary
actors for the Use Case but provide and consume
data (e.g. via Blue Force Tracking) as part of the
entire mission objectives
• Real hardware will be used to the max extent
where feasible
• Simulations may be required to supplement the
scenario
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Configuration Manager: Hannah Roberson
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Use Case # 4
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Use Case # 3
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Use Case # 2
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Use Case # 1
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Notional FACE AV Architecture
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Notional FACE GS Architecture
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